Letter of thanks
Welcome to the 12th day of the Gratitude Challenge. A part of me was worried about running out of words to say, especially since I’m sharing some of my gratitude highlights with the general public. But I’m grateful that the opposite is true. I’ve got A LOT of stuff to be thankful for!
Today, I thought I’d change the tempo and write a letter to complete strangers.
The World's Shortest Blog
Today, I'm going to fast-track to Day 12 of the Gratitude Challenge so we can stay on track with journaling. However, I sincerely value you being here.
Expect a new post before end of day.
Thank you for your patience.
For the Heroes Who Won't Wear Capes - Forever Thankful!
This article was supposed to be posted yesterday, but I couldn’t write thanks to a couple of commitments. I could write in advance, and schedule posts, such that there is a new post come rain or sunshine, but that would defeat the purpose since I’m reflecting on a daily basis. However, I still managed to jot a few points in my gratitude notebook.
My Gratitude Overflows!
Yesterday, I finished off the gratitude post by citing Dale Carnegie: “Try leaving a trail of little sparks of gratitude on your daily trips. You will be surprised how they will set small flames of friendship that will be rose beacons on your next visit."
5 Inspirational Quotes on Gratitude by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie offered practical yet inspirational advice in many of his writings. He discussed gratitude, honesty, sincerity and appreciation as antidotes to toxic lifestyles. As we appreciate others and the environments live in, let us remember to exercise gratitude without expecting anything in return."It is natural for people to forget to be grateful; so if we go around expecting gratitude, we are headed straight for heartaches."(Dale Carnegie)
Famous people: together, we go places!
Seven days of thankfulness online feels amazing! Today was a good day, and I feel that my desire to focus on gratitude in the past seven days has influenced how I felt throughout the day.
Welcome to the 6th Day of the Gratitude Challenge 2019. Today, I’ve decided to rewind clocks again, and marvel at the beauty of time, and how it can make everything better.
The fact that I’m posting a gratitude journal is something I’m proud of. Had I not embarked on a journey of thankfulness, I would have been ending the day with a 'perfect' list of things I'm not happy about!
A Gratitude Tale without Pictures
Welcome to the 4th Day of the Gratitude Challenge. I hope you had a great day, and that you’re feeling motivated to start or stay on your own journey of thankfulness. By writing these diaries on a daily basis, I am challenging myself to stay on track, be accountable and hopefully motivate someone along the way.
Every Petal Tells a Story...
Dale Carnegie once wrote:
“One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon, instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.”
Isn't it true?
Uncover inspiring stories with moral lessons from our surroundings.